Beamhurst Stables

Beamhurst Stables and Manège

This project involved the construction of new stables and a manège adjacent to a country house in Beamhurst, Uttoxeter.  The stable block was constructed in reclaimed brick and roof tiles, clad in cedar and provides 4 stables, tack room, feed room and wash box.  Each stable has rubber floors to enhance the comfort of the horses.  The manège has special acti-flex surfacing manufactured by Martin Collins.  The drainage from this area was particularly extensive to achieve a well-drained sub-base to prevent water logging in what was previously a very water-logged site due to the high water table.


  • Terrible weather conditions during one of the coldest and wettest winters for many years.
  • High water table


The client on this project was delighted with the end result which is of the highest standard for this type of development.  The quality of the end product is exceptional and the negotiated open book approach to procurement gave the client the knowledge that her money was spent properly, achieving demonstrable value for money.  Ted the horse, one of four living there, was especially pleased with his new home.


Sharon Brock


Uttoxeter, Staffordshire

Sandycroft are one of the Midland’s leading names in construction and development offering the very highest levels of quality and customer service.
Since our formation in 1994 we have grown significantly and now work with clients and partners throughout the country. We have a fantastic reputation for delivering schemes on time, on budget and to the very highest standards.
Through traditionally procured schemes, design and build projects and partnerships we have worked all over the UK and Eire on all types of schemes in a myriad of sectors.

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